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Monthly Archives: May 2016
The Register makes Open Homelab Project Front Page News!
How cool is this? In case you missed it, the Open Homelab project has managed to make it to front page news on the Register yesterday! Thank you [..]
Open Homelab Project – Now with added #CloudCred!
So the first week of the Open Homelab project has been brilliant! We have had thousands of visitors and page views, and lots of new content being added [..]
Announcement: Open Homelab Project – Alpha Site Released!
The Open Homelab project started as a nugget of an idea for a roundtable discussion session at the London VMUG in April 2016. Homelab presentations are some of [..]
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2016 Top Virtualisation Blogs
I’ll keep this post very brief as you can see my thoughts on the subject of soliciting votes for awards in my post from last year! It’s that [..]